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Coastal safety in Belgium

The Flemish Agency for Maritime and Coastal Services has asked Witteveen+Bos to assess the safety of all dunes and dikes along the coast of Flanders (the Dutch-speaking northern portion of Belgium).

Wastewater treatment plant in Mali

The existing WWTP in Mali’s capital Bamako treats 5,000 m3 of wastewater per day. The wastewater originates from over 50 businesses in a wide range of sectors, including the textile industry.

EnISSA successfully applied in Copenhagen

Three neighbouring industrial sites located in the Copenhagen area were suspected to be contaminated with benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylene (BTEX) and chlorinated solvents. The client required a fast and cost-effective sampling strategy to determine whether these

SMART energy transition tool

The transition to clean and renewable sources of energy is of vital importance to society. The rapid development of these renewable sources increases the complexity of the energy transition, making it more difficult to develop realistic and feasible energy transition strategies

Sustainable reforestation

The ITCI timber concession in East Kalimantan is a 176,000 hectares area of severely degraded terrain and vegetation. The Arsari Group acquired the timber concession seven years ago and has asked Witteveen+Bos to contribute to revitalising the degraded area. An innovative method

Training for Coca-Cola operators

Witteveen+Bos organised a succesful training course for operators of Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia (CCAI) from several treatment plants in Indonesia. The subjects covered included the microbiology of biological wastewater treatment, wastewater composition, the general concept of a

Redevelopment of Dublin Port

As an island nation, the Republic of Ireland depends largely on Dublin Port for the import and export of goods. The seaport is Ireland’s largest and most important, and is about to undergo a massive overhaul aimed at making it ‘future-proof’.

Rehabilitation and extension

A consortium consisting of MTBS, Witteveen+Bos and Gibb Seychelles conducted studies and assessments to advise on the port facilities required to accommodate cargo and cruise passenger flows and traffic up to 2040. Seychelles Ports Authority (SPA) is the beneficiary of this

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